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Romy the Cat


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Bose audio and industry post-mortal ripples
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A few weeks back Dr. Bose, the founder of Bose Company died.  In a few days Michael Fremer, the industry “reviewer” posted the following post.

http://www.analogplanet.com/content/dr-amar-bose-dead-83

When I received the link to this post from a site visitor and saw the name of the author and the subject I instantly knew what the post will be about. I was in target with I would say 95% accuracy. ***

The poor Michael Fremer can’t escape himself and he milks his brain with insulting predictability. On surface the Mike’s post is kind of out of ordinary. One of the main rules the industry play is that the status quo people never talk bad about each other. If one industry person would be found in zoo, wearing SS uniform and rapping a monkey then next week TAS would publish an article that wearing back historical suits from mid of the 20 century improve the soundstage depth and having sex with other then human spices minimize the perception of surface noise. Still, Michael Fremer  who fancy himself the big time industry player does criticize another, this time dead industry player. Sound absurd, right>

Well, not really. From the industry perspective Dr. Bose committed a sacrilegious sin, the worse possible sin imaginable in that stupid industry – he refuse to share.  Those who do not know the industry reality, who are naïve, uninformed or stupid have no idea how much the industry punish if a participant refuse to share. Dr. Bose did refuse but he was strong during his life to keep the pubic hair bugs like Michael Fremer to stay away from his interests. Now, the idiot Fremer, discover his balls and make some kind of public appearance profiteering on Dr. Bose’s death. What however, the Fremer forget to mention was no matter how bad Bose audio sound it still sound more potent then 95% of the crap that Fremer patronizes and endorses.

As Dr. Bose dies he left after himself a successful corporation, a great example how to marker audio to uninformed masses, a great legacy how to make money on audio and the fear of any industry pimp to criticize what Bose did. When Fremer dies he will live after himself a fart in air, a full storage of stolen audio equipment, the universal hate of any single persons who kissed him in the ass during his career and the legacy of how to brainlessly pimp audio industry.

Rgs,
Romy the Cat


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R.I.P., Dr. Bose
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Wow. Such a breathtaking level of hypocrisy actually makes one lightheaded, as if it just sucked all the oxygen out of the room. Plus, unless Dr. Bose was not only a maker and seller of indifferent audio products, but also a serial killer, this is not the time for such a ad hominem critique. Really, are audio reviewers grown in a lab or something, wherein common decency and personal gentility are not even afterthoughts? It would explain a great deal; perhaps you hit the nail on the head with your human/simian rape analogy, the reviewer being the product rather than the perpetrator....
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Romy the Cat


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Life might be celebrated
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There was absolutely nothing ad hominem in Framer critique. Dr. Bose, his company and his business proactive are public domain and there is absolutely nothing that might be recognized as not fair game.  I have no problem with the time of Framer comments. The problem that I have that 90% of the companies that very much patronized by Framer do nothing different then what Bose did, even much worse. Still, they baying the silence and support of the Framers by sharing with Framers and letting the Framers to eat from the same cesspool. Dr. Bose “fault” was that he refused to share and you have no idea how vindictive, malicious and violated all that industry dirt feel what somebody refuse to share with them. Dr. Bose did not even refused to share but he refused even acknowledge their existence and if they did open their faulty mouth then he sued. I prefer he would kill them – that would be a great legacy of Dr. Bose. I can even see that wonderful obituary: a celebrated Dr. Bose who with his truck ran over 14 industry stupid pimps. That is life deserved to be celebrated! Do not forget there is no alternative. Look at any single manufacture who does not behave like Dr. Bose. Sit with them, drink with them and make them to come clear and express to you how they feel about all of that industry dirt. You will discover a lot.


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But nonetheless...
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I just thought it outrageous for Fremer, of all people, to be accusing anyone else of hypocrisy for offering incentives to those who sell his products, when Fremer is a freakin' audio reviewer, of all the preposterous things. A particularly cowardly time to be launching such an attack too, although i suppose that nothing should surprise us when it comes to one who would sell his personal integrity for a set of speaker cables.    
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Michael Fremer can’t escape himself
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That why I said in the very begging on that poor Michael Fremer can’t escape himself. That feeling that he has is very intrinsic characteristic of the type of matter he is. As you have learned in your elementary school: any two substances that have same polarity repelled from each other. So, in this case Fremer behaves in full accordance of law of whatever shit she is. In this case he is no different then a stupid dog who is barking for a half day to own reflection in mirror.


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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